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Martin Hall has over thirty years of experience as golf professional. He has competed on the European Tour as well, and has since turned his career toward teaching the game he loves. Martin currently is the head teaching professional at Ibis.
Martin has won numerous awards for his teachings, including Florida chapter teacher of the year, Florida section teacher of the year, and 2008 PGA National Teacher of the Year. He is also a Master Professional of the PGA of Great Britain.
He has appeared in the Golf Magazine Top 100 since 1994, and in the Golf Digest Top 50 since the list began in 2000. Martin is currently ranked as the number 10 teacher in the country.
Martin is more than a great teacher; he is also an incredible writer. Martin has been featured in numerous magazines and has published two books. He is the Golf Instruction editor for the Major Series Magazine and has written over 100 instruction articles that have been published in magazines all over the world.
He has also been on the Golf Channel, ESPN Radio, and on PGA Tour Radio numerous times. His most recent venture is School of Golf, a hit show on the Golf Channel.
Martin is a TPI Level I certified instructor, as well as TPI Biomechanics level II certified. He uses modern technology in his teachings including Tackman, Kvest, AMM 3D motion analysis, SAM Putt. Martin is also Golfing Machine GSEM Level 2 certified. This shows in the quality of instruction that he produces, and the caliber of players that he works with.
He has taught he youngest winner of a women’s major. He taught Morgan Pressel from when she was 9 years old to becoming the youngest winner of a major.
Martin has also married a golfer. His wife Lisa Hall, is a former Solheim Cup player and has 9 worldwide wins. Martin has made a lifetime vocation to learn from the best teachers and has studied under most of them. That list of names includes Bob Toski, Jim Flick, Peter Kostis, John Jacobs, Henry Cotton ,Homer Kelly, Jim Hardy, Phil Riston, Mike Bender, Chuck Evans, Ben Doyle, Chuck Cook, Tom Ness, Jim Suttie, Craig Harmon, Hank Haney, Stan Utley and Rick Jensen.
He has worked with a handful of biomechanics experts as well, including Greg Rose, Dave Phillips, Rob Neal and Phil Cheetham.